Android :: Any Task Killer Or Cleaner That Will Work With Froyo?

Aug 3, 2010

It seem like after the 2.2 update my "system penal lite" just doesn't work right anymore. Everything is in active even its not. Even I killed it and still coming back up. So does anyone have task killer or some other program that can close out all inactive apps and keep it close that work with Froyo? After the update, battery drain faster because all the apps was running at the background. lots of them!

Android :: Any Task killer or Cleaner that will work with Froyo?


Samsung Galaxy S :: Recommended Cache Cleaner And Task Killer (unroot Phone)

Oct 6, 2010

anyone can recommend any free + good cache cleaner for unroot phone? i cant find any on market.also, currently im using advance task killer free.somehow i dun like the interface. any better interface or app for free task killer?

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Sep 26, 2010

Can someone explain the diiference in these two apps. It looks to me that the App Killer is included in the Advanced Task Cleaner.

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Aug 22, 2009

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Oct 1, 2010

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Aug 10, 2010

Much better battery life. So I have noticed a huge difference since I uninstalled Advanced Task Killer today. Yes, there is a huge debate about if they work or not. In my person experience, it helped on previous Fresh builds. Now that Froyo is out I thought I would try it without a task killer. I had Advanced Task Killer since Fresh 3.1 came out and I haven't been happy with bat performance. Since uninstalling it this afternoon, I have noticed a change in phone and bat performance. Tonight I will get a good usb charge and see if see the difference tomorrow and will report back. For what its worth, uninstall task killers and see if you get better performance.

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Aug 21, 2010

I've read a few posts in other forums where 2.2 doesn't allow you to kill apps with a Task Killer, can anyone confirm or deny? Please no task killer arguments! Just curious whether it still allows you to use one.

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Motorola Droid X :: Automatic Task Killer Vs Advanced Task Killer

Sep 9, 2010

Has anyone used both. Ive heard that that Advanced Task Killer, still drains the battery. What about the Automatic Task Killer, which puts everything to sleep when not in use.

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Motorola :: Automatic Task Killer - Does It Work On Your Droid?

Nov 12, 2009

I was just wondering how many of you have downloaded "Automatic Task Killer" and have gotten it to work. On my phone i have downloaded it but when i click to start it it blips the screen really fast then goes back to the desktop. not sure if advanced task killer is stopping Automatic task killer from being able to start or what.

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Feb 11, 2010

My Droid Eris still lags very bad even when clearing cache and adding a task killer. Anything else that can be done?

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Android :: Want Task Killers That Work With Froyo

Aug 24, 2010

I get that some of you are strongly convinced that task killers are of the devil. But the simple fact is this. When I got my Evo I was told to download ATK by the rep at Sprint. I put the widget on my home screen and used it like a dope fiend. And maybe I was self medicating, but my battery life sucked, and using it made my battery life suck less. Then, along came froyo, ATK stopped working, I read all the forums and got rid of ATK. Now my battery is worse than its ever been. I want to be able to look my apps and have them remain dead until I say so because its MY phone. That being said are there ANY task killers that work with froyo?

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Android : How Does "Advanced Task Killer App" Work

Aug 11, 2010

I am making an app that allows the user to set an alarm based on GPS locations. I am having problems deleting the notifications I create and the alarms I set.

I have found that all the notifications and alarms are deleted permanently when I use the "Advanced Task Killer App". I want to implement whatever it does into my app. Does anyone know what this app does and/or where I can find the source code?

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Android :: Task Killer Auto Killer

Jul 3, 2010

I want a task killer that automatically kills processes when they load. Some apps like HTC sense and the built in messanger app I would love having them killed instantly, is there one that i can get? Before you say, yes the Eris DOES need a task killer. Asked any eris user, once it gets below 30 MB of ram, it slows down to a near halt. They majority of thos for me is processes that load without me telling them too, and ons that I never use, such as htc sense or the default messager apps. I'm rooted btw.

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Dec 27, 2009

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Dec 11, 2009

I know this was talked about before at different times but I still have 3 questions.

1. what is the difference between a task killer and a task manager?

2. should we be using one of these apps or not?

3. when you look at the awake time if it is like 70% or 80% and you aren't using the phone a bunch I take it that means something is running,how can you find what is running.and is the awake time that big of deal?

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Oct 15, 2009

Looking for a guide on how to use task killer. I had task killer on and deleted it. I think I was killing tasks that were needed to keep certain functions running that I use frequently. If someone would take the time to help me understand how to use one, I think I would be much more successful with it.

example - text messaging just stopped ( werrent receiving them ) . Once I took task killer off, everything started working again.

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Android :: Best Task Killer

Oct 13, 2010

Advanced Task Manager (ATMGR)

A tool to kill tasks,free memory,speed up phone.

Features
*Simpe,quick easy to use
*Ignore list to exclude apps
*Auto kill apps after screen off
*One click kill widget
*Quick uninstaller
*Send feedback in Settings

Want to install it ?

Google Market Search Keyword: ATMGR

APK Download:

http://www.infolife.mobi/install/mobi.infolife.taskmanager.apk

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Android :: Best Task Killer App

Jan 16, 2010

What is the best, in your opinion, task killer app?

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Android :: SystemPanel - Task Killer

Mar 1, 2010

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I've written a new task manager / system information app called "SystemPanel". It displays a list of running applications, and allows you to view information about them, e.g., memory consumption, when they were started, how much CPU time they've used since start, and so on. It of course provides "task killing" capabilities; it can end individual apps, all apps, or groups of apps such as "inactive" or "background" apps.

It also provides meters to show you current CPU consumption, network use, memory use, and SD card use. A "system info" function is available from the menu that provides all the gory details about your phone, everything from your Wi-Fi router's mac address to your Android build number.

A word of warning....SystemPanel does NOT offer a capability to automatically kill tasks in order to "save battery life". I disagree with the idea that such a thing would offer an improvement. The Android OS does a fine job of this all by itself, and such a capability would only be helpful if an app were suffering from a bug (or poorly written), such that is consumed battery unnecssarily in a semi-dormant state. And in that case, killing it every few minutes isn't going to solve the problem...one needs to uninstall it or contact the developer. If you happen to know a technically sound reason why such a task killing strategy is beneficial with well written apps, please let me know, and I'll be happy to rethink this. If you do want such functionality, there are tons of other task killers that supposedly have this feature.

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Sep 22, 2010

Recommend a task killer that actually works for froyo on my motodroid.maybe one that doesn't kill my batery as well.

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Aug 29, 2010

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Jul 6, 2010

Is a task killer really necessary? I haven't really noticed any benefit in using it. I am beginning to think it's like a Windows registry cleaner -- sounds good in theory, but pretty much useless with the ability to really screw things up, if you don't know what you're doing.

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Android :: Advanced Task Killer?

Aug 6, 2010

advanced task killer? or the other one called task killer? and what else is out there to see whats running as far as apps and services?

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Nov 8, 2010

I just got my first smartphone, a Samsung Galaxy S through US Cellular (the Mesmerize). It runs Android 2.1 Eclair, and is supposed to be updated to Froyo before the end of the year.

When I got the phone, the person at US Cellular installed Advanced Task Killer on my phone and said I should use it to free up memory and save battery life. So at first I was using it, and it did free up a lot of memory when I pressed the kill tasks button. But then I had some issues like Winamp getting killed when it was playing music in the background. This prompted me to look more into task killers and I found a lot of conflicting information. Some people say they are bad and don't help and cause trouble on the phone, others said just the opposite. There were some specific comments about ATK saying it can corrupt the OS. This all made me very nervous and I'm not sure what to believe. So for now I have uninstalled ATK. What input do you guys have about task killers?

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Android :: Task Killer - Article

Aug 28, 2010

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Android :: Which Task Manager/Killer Is This

Jul 23, 2010

I had a very good task manager when I first got my phone (2 weeks ago) but have since then uninstalled it. I know task killers a basically useless but I do have the odd instance where and program crashes and I need to kill the process. From what I can remember the task manager had 3 screens which had the following :-

Screen 1
Currently running programs, press the app to kill it.

Screen 2
The uninstall screen.

Screen 3
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Android :: Is There Way To Kill App Without Using Task Killer?

Jun 20, 2010

Is there a way to kill, end or completly stop an app without using a task killer, a task manager, whatever you call it? I mean within the Android os without installing an external app?

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Android :: Do I Really Need Advanced Task Killer?

Oct 21, 2010

I see a lot of people recommending the Advanced Task Killer app and I was wondering what benefits there are to be had from installing it? The only widget I have running is the Calendar and all I have on my "home" screen is HTC People, Messages, Gmail, Market, Internet and email. Is this really necessary in my case?

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Android :: When Using Task Killer How Do You Know Which Apps To Close?

May 25, 2010

How do you know which ones to kill and which to keep going? If I kill say a running app like smooth calendar will it restart automatically again when needed? I have an app called missed call now if I kill that will it still work when I have a missed call and allow the led light to blink or once I kill it I have to manually start it back up?

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Android :: Best Task Killer - Manager - Switcher

Oct 25, 2010

just got my desire and shop said to install advance task killer, trying that but wont install. are there better ones ?

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